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Chatting, W December 3, 2008

Filed under: Carrcass-1 — baker Blinker @ 5:20 pm

“So now I know a little more, Hucka D. Thank you, btw, for showing up in the middle of the day. Did I wake you?”

Hucka D.:

Groggy, but still can talk.

bb:

We know now what the 2nd part of “Don” plus “a Man” is. And, first off, we definitely know that this can be referenced as one man, or “a Man”, because of the presence of Earling, which couples “Man, West Virginia” [near Don, and also Rita] and “Panama, Iowa” to point directly to the famous palindrone — perhaps the most famous — of “A Man, A Plan, A Canal: Panama!”. Obvious, right?

Hucka D.:

Obvious. I told you the Spider was powerful.

bb:

I’m going to have to make a list of all these map weby things soon.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Another theory, Hucka D.: map synching siphons a certain but considerable amount of psychic energy away from a/v synching in this particular case.

Hucka D.:

We’ll see about that. You aren’t finished yet. Start at all points, all things.

bb:

Another thing obviously referenced now is the Schoolcraft County, Michigan complex recently discovered. The only U.S. “Square” is there, and “Square” is killed/shot to begin the second part of the “Don” song of Carcass-1. And New Angel, Lea, Leigh, Lee… knows “Square” too, saying he had one of her compatriots “on a vine”, but several others got out of the burned city, along with him/her, it seems. But she’s… probably just another avatar, like Square himself. But anway, back to Michigan: we obviously here, to me, have the symbols of Square’s death, with Peanut Lake being nearby [“Peanut” kills “Square”.] and I think Peewee kind of between them is, then, the killing bullet, which may also be a *silver* bullet now [if Square and Lea are the same?]. And I also think it represents a “bb”, considerably less damaging and almost always non-fatal. BB-size can be equated with peewee-size.

Hucka D.:

You could go super far with all this. Too…

bb:

Too far.

Hucka D.:

Yeah, but keep going.

bb:

We also know that “Don” and Ozmo wake up at the same time here, shortly after the death of Square, and the resulting movement of Clock… New Angle created.

Hucka D.:

New Angel.

bb:

Don is the same as Ozmo. Don’s friend is the same as Ozmo’s friend Skillet, who he saw in the mirror. But Skillet is another part of himself, because he is alone even with Skillet along. They are either that close, where they are one, or they are actually *one*.

Hucka D.:

Let’s move to Dead End Street and Big Black Smoke. These are flipsides of each other. And they overlap the cardboard city Ozmo has come from but which has since been destroyed, at least when he meets up with the New Angel or New Angle. It’s up in smoke… dead end removed.

*****

“Hucka D., you were right. Don is *powerful* You are too!”

Hucka D.:

No. I am you.

bb:

I wonder if Ozmo is also Powerman as well as Don.

Hucka D.:

We’ll just see about that.

bb:

Or maybe Square is Power[man]. Powerful. Psychic. He’s obviously psychic because he can stop bullets with his brain, if not the one’s fired behind his *eyes*. And he can also slice heads in two with same [like Rhoda].

Oh… I think Powerman is invoked here, Hucka D., because Don is near Power and then Don is near Man. And both this Power and this Man are in the same state [of WV]. Kind of getting freaky.

Hucka D.:

Super deep, or Power deep. Superpower. Man. Bullet. Locomotive, for what it matters. The silver bullet.

*****

bb:

Thanks for the additional clue. Think this may relate to Kaye Don, who attempted to break world speed records with the impressive and powerful Silver Bullet but failed to do so. It also marked the beginning of the end of the Sunbeam corp. who built the car. Interesting [as I read on]… Kaye Don’s racing career ended at the Isle of *Man*, effectively. I’ll quote from wikipedia in full here…

One evening in May 1934 Kaye Don, practising for the next day’s race, took a corner at over 60 miles per hour (97 km/h) and hit another car, crashing through a hedge and landing upside down. His friend and mechanic, Francis Taylor, was killed. On his recovery from the crash Don was charged with manslaughter and tried by a Manx court. Because of his speed, having no lights in the evening darkness and admitting faulty steering, he was found guilty by a jury after a three-day trial and sentenced to four months’ imprisonment on the Isle of Man. This experience effectively ended his racing career.

Sounds like Don felt responsible for what he did to his friend.

Hucka D.:

Indeed. Looking in the mirror. That’s worthy of a song with “Don” and “a Man”, don’t you think?